Albert Patrick

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Our twin sons met Judge Patrick at Hampton Roads Academy on March 16, 2013 when he was the keynote speaker at the school's Leadership Institute. The impact he had on them was immediate. Every time we saw him from then on, it was like seeing a rock star. Whether at the corner 7-11, walking his dog in the neighborhood, or having dinner at Vancosta's, whenever we saw Judge Patrick their eyes would widen and they'd say, "There he is." It

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Posted by: A friend   Oct 18, 2017

We add our heartfelt condolences to the many already stated for the loss of this vibrant, funny, wonderful man. He joined our children in marriage at the UVA Chapel over nine years ago, and did some mean dirty dancing with Jerri to celebrate the occasion!
We shall never forget him or his kindness. May his memory be for a blessing.
In sympathy, Jack and Aviva Mrazik

Posted by: A friend   Oct 15, 2017

We are still at a loss that Pat has passed
away. He was a powerful spirit and could always light up a room. No one was more committed to his family, friends and community. There was never anything that Pat would not do for another person. We will miss him immensely. Heaven has gotten a little better!

Posted by: Bob and Karen O'Neill - Mt Pleasant, SC   Oct 15, 2017

His presence on this earth was a beautiful blessing to all the lives he touched whether it was through friendship, mentoring or legally. A great man has moved on. Love and light to his family. An old friend.

Posted by: Killian Ward - Nashville, TN   Oct 14, 2017

I knew Pat at Thorpe Jr. HS and as a fellow member of HHS Class of 1969, where he was a smart, high-spirited,and friendly person, president of the class and captain of the State Championship basketball team that year. He was a vigorous young man, full of life, and his father Woody, himself a forceful presence at basketball games, was the busy proprietor of the family hardware store on Queen Street, a local institution. They seemed to know everyone in

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Posted by: Robin Darling Young - Washington, DC   Oct 14, 2017

I am so thankful I saw Pat at the Pilots baseball game this summer, and was fortunate enough to talk with him! I thank the Lord for that blessing! Pat was a chip off the old block, in that his dad was a great man, too! Miss them both!

Posted by: Ricky Rogers - Newport News, VA - Friend   Oct 14, 2017

Dear Friends,

I grew up with Pat at Hampton Baptist Church, and taught in the Hampton City Schools during his tenure as School Board Chairman. It is with great admiration and appreciation that my husband and I remember Pat, and the many contributions that he made to our community.

May God bless you all with His peace.

Posted by: Betty and Ron Collins - Hampton, VA   Oct 14, 2017

My deepest condolences to the family for the loss of such a wonderful person. You are in my prayers .

Posted by: J Covington - Hampton, VA   Oct 13, 2017

There will never ever be another Pat Patrick!!! As a child i looked up to him on the baseball field at Hampton Wythe Little League and as a Hampton Police Officer I looked up to him even more. There was always a sense of relief hearing the baliff say all rise and then see Judge Patrick enter the courtroom. He was such a wonderful caring man. He never belittled anyone in court and was especially kind and patient with new

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Posted by: Scott Davis - Hampton, VA   Oct 13, 2017

Pat was a fun-loving man whom we met through our son, Kes, who played summer baseball in Hampton. Pat and Jerri opened their home and took care of our son and we love them for that. Pat was an incredible man - always so happy and optimistic. We are better people for having known him. We look forward to seeing him again in Heaven. Our thoughts and prayers are with Jerri, Molly, and the boys. Love to you all!

Posted by: Tina Carter - Brentwood, TN - friend   Oct 13, 2017